Exception handling is the black art of doing something to repair an unpredicted error or malfunction. Within CLR, anytime something happens outside our prevision, such as setting an
Int16 typed variable with a value outside valid ranges, the CLR will handle such an event by itself, creating an instance of an
Exception class and breaking the execution of our code, trying instead to find some other code able to handle (a.k.a
catch) such an exception.
Exception class is populated with all useful details regarding what just happened, like a simplified error text (within the
Message property), the
StackTrace that explains exactly the whole method call hierarchy, and other details. Often, instead of a simple
Exception class, an ...